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Upcoming Events

 

Getting the Most Out of Your Summer Science Research Experience

Doing science research over the summer?

Join us for a workshop designed to help you have a successful research experience. Dr. Vesna Gasperov, Undergraduate Science Research Advisor, will discuss how to prepare for your research experience, set realistic expectations, establish strong connections with your lab mentors, and get the most out of the experience.

WHEN: 

March 24 @ 1:30 PM

WHERE: 

Lerner Hall 401

RSVP: 

https://events.columbia.edu/go/summerscience

 


Train Your Brain: The Science of Time Management

Feeling overwhelmed? Wondering how to juggle classes, clubs, and new friends? Prone to procrastination? Get your semester off to a great start at this workshop designed to help improve your time management skills. Using science-based strategies, we'll explore the best methods for scheduling, studying, and finding time to relax.

WHEN:

February 15 @ 3 PM

March 7 @ 4 PM

WHERE:

Lerner Hall 401

RSVP: 

2/15: https://events.columbia.edu/go/TYB215

3/7: https://events.columbia.edu/go/TYB37

 

 

Past Workshops (Fall 2016)

  • Train Your Brain: The Science of Time Management
    • Feeling overwhelmed? Wondering how to juggle classes, clubs, and new friends? Prone to procrastination? Get your semester off to a great start at this workshop designed to help improve your time management skills. Using science-based strategies, we'll explore the best methods for scheduling, studying, and finding time to relax.  This presentation was given live by Katie Henry, Manager of Tutoring and Academic Support, in the Center for Student Advising on Friday September 23, 2016
  • Making the Most of Academic Resources
    • Struggling in class? Wondering how to make the most out of interactions with professors, TAs, and other on-campus support? Join ARISE for a discussion on communicating and creating productive relationships with Columbia's many academic resources. This presentation was given live by Katie Henry, Manager of Tutoring and Academic Support, in the Center for Student Advising on Friday October 21, 2016
  • The Positive Feedback Loop
    • As finals approach, your best study tool might just be what's crumpled at the bottom of your backpack: your already-graded tests and essays. Join ARISE for a workshop exploring how to interpret feedback from professors and TAs, evaluate your own past work, and use what you've learned to strategize for the weeks ahead. This presentation was given live by Logan Brenner, Academic Administration Fellow, in the Center for Student Advising on Friday November 18, 2016

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